Natural medium grey toning, lighter on the devices. The surfaces are surprisingly smooth for the assigned grade. Assembling a 15-piece die variety set of 1809’s is a challenge but manageable if decent, mid-grade examples are your cup of tea. Cherry picking tip: the O.112, 113, 114 and 115 varieties of 1809 were struck from the same obverse die. Look at stars 1, 7, 8 and 13. They are about the same distance from the portrait. Flip the coin over. If the I in pluribus is left of the second T in states buy the coin. It will not be the common O.115. You have an R.5 in your hands.Estimate: $275 to $400
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